Honor Oak Christian Fellowship Centre

Activities

Our regular weekly activities are as follows:

Sunday 11am Morning service (click here for details)
  6.30pm Evening meeting (click here for details)

Monday

6.45pm

Pilates (1, 29 April)

Tuesday 10am Bible study (2, 23, 30 April)
  8pm Prayer meeting (23, 30 April)
Wednesday
7.45pm Bible study (24 April)
Friday 7pm Games Plus (5, 26 April)

Please note: On the first Wednesday of the month (except August) there is a Whole Church Prayer Meeting at 8pm and the other Tuesday-Wednesday evening activities do not happen in that week.

Bible studies: A group of us meets on Tuesday mornings during term-time to look at a Bible passage and discuss its significance to us. There is a warm invitation to anyone who can join us, whenever they are free. We conclude with 'elevenses'. Another group meets on Wednesday evenings, starting with a light meal.

Games Plus: Join in with short-mat bowls, snooker, table tennis or other activities. Not only are there games, but also the opportunity to pause for a short time and think about something important over refreshments. Sometimes this involves watching a short talk about the Christian faith on DVD. All ages welcome.

Sunday morning service at 11am

  3 March

Christ: Humble Saviour, Exalted Lord

Philippians 2:5-11

10 March

Live out your salvation in Christ

Philippians 2:12-18

17 March

Looking out for the interests of Christ

Philippians 2:19-30

24 March

Knowing Christ Jesus my Lord

Philippians 3:1-11

31 March

Citizens of Heaven, waiting for Christ

Philippians 3:12-4:1

  7 April

Does anyone love me? - God is love

1 John 4:7-21

14 April

The Lord Christ is near

Philippians 4:2-9

21 April

'He is not here, he has risen!'

Luke 23:50-24:12

28 April

Glorious riches in Christ Jesus

Philippians 4:10-23

  5 May

Will I ever get justice? - God is just

Romans 3:21-26


Sunday evenings at 6.30pm: Wisdom for life

How will this affect my life in practical terms? That is a question we should always be asking and considering when reading the Bible. However, for some books in the Bible, the practical applications are readily apparent – and the book of Proverbs is one of those books.

Most of the book is made up of a collection of individual proverbs addressing all areas of life. Over the past few Sunday evenings we have considered topics such as: friendship, planning, hard work and laziness. However, there is still much to learn and we are planning in the coming weeks to listen to the wisdom of Proverbs on the subjects of: money, business ethics, correction and speech.

Why not join us? Every Sunday evening at 6:30pm.

     “Above all else, guard your heart,
          for it is the wellspring of life.
     Put away perversity from your mouth;
          keep corrupt talk far from your lips.”
                                                        (Proverbs 4:23-24 NIV)

7 April

The Word Speaks: True Wisdom 13

Proverbs 4-7

14 April

The Word Speaks: True Wisdom 14

Proverbs 8-9

21 April

'Everything must be fulfilled'

Luke 24:13-51

28 April

The Word Speaks: True Wisdom 15

Proverbs 31

5 May

What's the difference? 1. Context: Culture